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New Step/Boarding Platforms

Hayabusa

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I Built a couple of platforms for more versatility now one can step down from the deck, stand on it, sit on it, even get to the side of motor & pose for pic's :lol: plus my wife wanted a better platform for our Yorkies to get on & off.
 

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Hayabusa

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A few more.
 

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Hayabusa

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I think it's doable, some pics some measurements some brainstorming & presto....a platform, I'm in.
 

dfmoeller

New member
These do look good. Could we see some pix of the support brackets and how the ladder is mounted? Also, what material are the platforms made of?

Thanks,

Doug
 

Hayabusa

Well-known member
These do look good. Could we see some pix of the support brackets and how the ladder is mounted? Also, what material are the platforms made of?

I'll get some pics up in a few days, platform is out of 1/2 aluminum, brackets & backing plate out of 3/8.
 

Hayabusa

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Left underside with boarding ladder.
 

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Hayabusa

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Right side platform.
 

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